In the wake of Helsinki, missing from "Russiagate" media hysteria is the question of who will protect us from the influence of U.S. oligarchs.
While Vladimir Putin’s behavior has been objectionable, there is something profoundly hypocritical about the American elite pretending the U.S. doesn’t embrace people like the Russian leader all the time.
Rosenstein and Mueller know that even if the Russians surrendered themselves to the U.S., the hacking case would never go to trial. The indictment is based on guesses and designed to manipulate public opinion against Trump.
The president does not want questions of Russian interference to prevent him from working with Putin’s government on other matters, including the civil war in Syria, officials say.
Due to last week’s tumultuous events, the “Last Week Tonight” host threw out a story about the Transportation Security Administration to talk about what he calls “Stupid Watergate.”
The question of contacts between Russia and Trump and his cronies during the campaign is not going away, with a majority of Americans calling it a serious issue.
I don’t have any way of knowing whether Mr. Putin has ordered anyone to be rubbed out. But we do know who murders in the United States.